And yesterday Scraggy
was settling into pastures new at Drum Farm Visitor Centre, Drumnadrochit, near Loch Ness.
Duff said: "The summer of '94, I was six stone with scraggy
hair and whiter than that wall there.
Ed revealed celebrated Grammy with his A scraggy
creature whiny screeching.
Even the two friendly ones Scraggy
and Chirpy, yes I give them names, have gone.
Otherwise, I could be found searching for books at the now defunct Everton Library at the top of St Domingo Road, once called the 'Jewel on the Hill', but now nothing more than a Premier Inn for scraggy
pigeons that nest in what was once the domain of characters like air ace Biggles at one end of the scale, and Noddy and Big Ears at the other.
When it's looking scraggy
and unkempt, it must be worn down for draggedthrough-a-hedge-backwards chic.
Her feathers are a bit scraggy
on her head, this could be due to moulting or due to being outside straying for a while.
While Mr Bethell is prepared to foot the bill to have the scraggy
ancient hedge replanted and tidied up, the two parties are at loggerheads over the border.
Bleak in tone and subject matter, it also reduces the towns and countryside of West Yorkshire to a scraggy
, soulsucking vision of hell.
This week the scraggy
chickens of under-funded public services have come home to roost.
ANGEL OLSEN - BURN YOUR FIRE FOR NO WITNESS Finding beauty in lo-fi, scraggy
production, this fiery LP mixes short, sharp bursts of adrenaline with darker, more introspective moments.
Lila once said she went on her first date after taking pity on the "scraggy
youth who had just been released from a concentration camp".
The Californian beauty is soooooooo much nicer than the scraggy
lot he has been pursuing since splitting with Cheryl in 2010.
I have timed this trip very well because I flew out over Halloween and therefore missed having to rake through my wardrobe to find a scraggy
old wig, rip an old dress to shreds and cover my face in fake blood to attend a fancy dress party which I hate.
Oh, dear old South Side Hill, old rugged, scraggy